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Re: International 350 utility uses way too much gas

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07-29-2013 09:52:19

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"1/2 gallon in 10 minutes" = 1 gallon in 20 minutes or, 3 gallons per hour. Not surprising since that tractor has been sitting a long time. Under full load, expect it to burn 4 gallons per hour or more and that's only if you can ever get it running close to new. Doubtful. Depends on how well you can get things cleaned and tuned. I doubt you'll ever be able to get it to burn less than 2 gallons per hour no matter how you run it.
(that would be 1/3 gallon in 10 min)

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Tony in Mass.

07-29-2013 10:23:22

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 Re: International 350 utility uses way too much gas in reply to Bill(Wis), 07-29-2013 09:52:19  
I'm with Bill here. That is why we quickly gave up on a W6TA when we got an AC WD45. The thing hooked to a clear jug like you have now, and yes, watch the gas disappear. The Allis would use a quarter the gas the W6 did. Like 2 gallons an hour to bit over 2 quarts an hour? It didn't need to do any more tricks to convince us poor folks to go orange.
And this was back in the 70's or 80's- gas was? $1.50? When these things were new, tax free farm gas was barely a dime.

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